The free preventive dental services at Stout Middle School to help maintain students’ teeth health was rescheduled to Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018 in order to have more people sign in. Unfortunately, not enough students have registered. You still have until Friday, Jan. 26 to fill in the forms that were distributed to you. If you didn’t get any, please visit Mr. Sabra and get one. You can also pick up the form from the main office any time between 7:00 am and 3:00 pm.
A representative from Dentists Are Us will be here on Tuesday, Jan. 16. She will have a 5 minutes presentation per class. The service is free, so take advantage of that. If we do not get enough people, we will lose this important program.
The ACCESS Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) Community Coalition will be hosting a community town hall on January 30th from 6pm to 8pm held at The Annex @ the Arab American National Museum (13624 Michigan Ave, Dearborn MI 48126). The event will have a interactive panel discussion on how we can help our communities overcome addiction, discuss the work we have done over the year. Danene Charles will be one of our panelists and we are honored to have her.
I look forward to see you and thank you for your help in advance.
Public Health Coordinator
ASAP Community Coalition
Phone Number: 313-216-2247
Click on Bulletin 01-11-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s daily bulletin. Be in the know!
The Students’ Corner has just received two quotes that are so similar from two different students.
Marya Abdullah sent us this quote: “Don’t stress! Do your best! Forget the rest!”
While Ali Alhadheri shared this similar quote: “Life doesn’t require us to be the best, only that we try our best.”
It seems that they both want us to do our best regardless of the outcome.
We will be holding an informational meeting for parents of current 8th grade students that are interested in attending the DCMST on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 from 5:00 to 6:00 pm in the MBCC Lecture Hall. We are located at 22586 Ann Arbor Trail, Dearborn Heights, MI 48127. For questions, please contact Dr. Winifred Green, principal, at email@example.com or Deena Parks, Lead Teacher, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before the words were words, a boy named Yes lived in a small village in a small kingdom. Yes was good at everything. He was the best, smartest, and most liked person in the village. Yes had a brother, and his brother was named No. Continue reading
Get ready on Thursday, January 25, 2018 to bring to the Team Meeting Room all the countries, cities, mountains, rivers, volcanoes, planets, and all other things that you know about the world we live. Work your way to be the School Champ. Compete to be the State of Michigan Champ, and later, the National Champ.
Here are some of the prizes at stake:
$50,000 College Scholarship
$500 in Cash
Free Life time subscription in National Geographic Society
$25,000 College Scholarship
$500 in Cash
$10,000 College Scholarship
$500 in Cash
||$500 in Cash for 7 runner-ups.
For more information, please download GeoBee-Bilingual-2017-2018.
Attention Battle of the Books participants: It’s time to turn in book #4. Please report to the Media Center WITH YOUR ENTIRE TEAM on Thursday, Jan. 11th or Friday, Jan. 12th to turn in your current book and receive your 5th title. The final due date is 3:00 p.m. on Friday January 12th. Please coordinate with your team members and pick a suitable time to visit the Media Center together. The tentative date for this year’s Battle of the Books competition is Friday, March 2nd. The event will be taped and broadcasted. Happy Reading!
Here we go again! Click on Bulletin 01-10-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s daily bulletin. Be in the know!
If you attend and participate in the MLK RealDearborn March on Monday, January 15th at 1:00pm at the Performing Arts Center you will be excused from 5 logs. This will be 5 weeks that you do not need to write a log. In order to prove your attendance you must take a selfie at the event and email it to your log teacher. So the 1st-3rd hour mentors must email Mrs. Crechiolo and 4th-6th hour mentors must email Mrs. Wheble. We would love for all Stout students to attend this event, so we added a little extra incentive! Have fun! Don’t forget to send a selfie!! Thanks ~Mrs. Wheble and Mrs. Crechiolo~
The January, 2018 issue of the Stout Middle School Years contains many interesting articles. The articles are not too long to read and shed some light on – as the title suggests – middle years. It is here to download. Just click on the link Middle School Years – Jan. 2018.
Chess Club will begin on Tuesday, January 23rd in room F6. Players of all skills levels are welcome to join. For more information please see Mr. Liggett.
Here we go again! Click on Bulletin 01-09-2018 to download your copy of Stout’s daily bulletin. Be in the know!
La’Nya Brown thinks that to make a change, you need to lead by example. So she shared with us this wise quote:
“Be the change you want to see in the world.”
I totally agree. Just complaining will not change anything.